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Friday
May222015

FreeKeeneNews - Activists to Protest DUI Checkpoint in Manchester Tomorrow Night 

Activists to Copblock Manchester DUI Checkpoint Friday Night

Dozens of activists will converge in downtown Manchester starting at 10:00 p.m. Friday, May 22nd to divert traffic away from a sobriety checkpoint planned by Manchester Police Department. Activists are protesting the stopping of drivers without reasonable suspicion of having committed a crime. They are also protesting the federal government's involvement in local policing through federal grants used to fund the checkpoint. Manchester Police Department announced the checkpoint on Friday, May 8:

Feel free to get in touch with Joel if you have questions or would like to interview an activist,
Joël Valenzuela
(602) 510-9966

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Sunday
May172015

Lead-Edu - I hope you don't need this!

 

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Thursday
May072015

NH House Republicn Alliance - NH takes another step to protecting unborn children 

House Republican Majority Caucus (HRMC) comments passage of SB40
 
 
The House Republican Majority Caucus released a statement today on the passage of SB40. As amended, this is a bill that would allow justice to be served in the death of an unborn child.  The passage of SB40 as amended brings the bill in line with the house bill  passed earlier this year.  The language updates New Hampshire laws to that of 38 other states who have passed similar bills to protect unborn children.
"Bills such as this one have been on the books for years in other states across the nation beginning the early 1970's in California.  Our laws are long outdated in protecting unborn children and this bill brings us into the 21st century for protecting all of our citizens." stated Rep. Leon Rideout- Lancaster.  " The faulty claims from the left have zero foundation in truth.  Keeping our laws antiquated and violating the 14th amendment of equal protection for all people is unacceptable.
With all the new technology we have developed during the past 30 years to understand the life cycle of a preborn child, it's about time we started protecting them and providing justice for the families of New Hampshire's most innocent victims." 
Thursday
Apr302015

NHDP - Governor Hassan Stands Up For Law Enforcement & Public Safety

NHGOP’s Radical Gun Bill Wildly Out-Of-Step With New Hampshire

   
Concord, N.H. – After New Hampshire House Republicans passed a radical bill allowing anyone to carry a concealed weapon without a license, New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Ray Buckley thanked Governor Hassan for standing up for law enforcement and public safety.
 
“Once again, Republicans in the New Hampshire House and Senate have proven that they’re wildly out-of-step with New Hampshire, passing a radical gun bill over the opposition of law enforcement officers and 71% of Granite Staters,” said New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Ray Buckley. “We thank Governor Hassan for taking a strong stand to support law enforcement and public safety by pledging to veto this radical bill.”   
 
A recent poll from PPP found that 71% of Granite Staters oppose the far-right gun bill, while only 23% support it.
 
The measure is not only opposed by the New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police, but has also been opposed by several prominent New Hampshire Republicans, including then-Senator Ted Gatsas, who voted against SB 454, a comparable 2004 bill.
 
The Concord Monitor also reported that Merrimack County Sheriff Scott Hilliard, a Republican who endorsed Mitt Romney and canoed with Scott Brown, spoke out in favor of keeping the current licensing process. Hilliard said, “The word suitable, it does seem somewhat ambiguous, but it gives some latitude we should respect… The statute for approving them is clear.”
 
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Wednesday
Apr292015

CEI Today: Surveillance reform, Big Labor at the docks, Obama's climate agenda, and more 

Wednesday, April 29, 2015
In the News Today

 

SURVEILLANCE REFORM - RYAN RADIA

 

Libertarian groups press McConnell on surveillance reform
 
A group of conservative and libertarian groups sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Monday opposing his proposal to reauthorize portions of the Patriot Act without attaching surveillance reform.  
 

The coalition said avoiding reform would leave Congress “subordinate to the administration’s creative reinterpretation” of the law.  > Read The Hill article

 

BIG LABOR - ALOYSIUS HOGAN

Big Labor at the California docks 
 

Amid charges of "wage theft," truck drivers from the docks at Los Angeles and Long Beach reportedly walked off the job Monday, unhappy with their status as independent contractors. 

 

“By twisting terminology, the Teamsters are targeting truckers at California docks for unionization," said CEI labor policy expert Aloysius Hogan. "At the California docks, as at a California recycling plant in a seminal case before the National Labor Relations Board, the Teamsters seek to transform workers into employees. In both cases, Big Labor simply seeks to line their pockets by forcing workers to pay union dues, despite most truckers preferring the greater flexibility and better income opportunity that comes with being independent.”

 

OBAMA'S CLIMATE AGENDA - WILLIAM YEATMAN 
 

The Unbearable Lightness of Obama’s *Passion* for Mitigating AGW

 

President Obama took congressional Republicans to task for blocking his climate agenda. But opposition to climate policy is robustly bipartisan in both chambers of the U.S. Congress. Indeed, if all issues enjoyed the bipartisan support that does opposition to climate change mitigation policy, then no one would ever whine about D.C. being dysfunctional.  > Read more 


> Interview William Yeatman

 

FED'S INTEREST RATE HIKE - RYAN YOUNG

Washington Examiner: Easy come, easy go

Instead of constantly and unpredictably tinkering with interest rates, money supply, exchange rates, and other variables, central banks should pursue a humbler monetary policy. This would emphasize an honest, stable, and predictable price system that creates a better environment for those private sector engines of growth. Central banks can manipulate economic indicators in the short run, but long-term prosperity doesn't come from monetary policy. It comes from private sector innovation and entrepreneurship." > View the Washington Examiner commentary)

 



ARE STREETCARS AN ANSWER TO AMERICA’S URBAN TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS?

 

Two experts on the subject  have two different

 opinions, including CEI's Marc Scribner. This NPC Newsmakers news conference is scheduled for Tuesday, May 5, 2015 at 10 a.m. in the club’s Zenger Room, on the 13th Floor of the National Press Building, 529 14th St. NW, Washington DC 20045. 

 






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White House Petition Asks President to Veto Online Gambling Ban
 

In order to receive a response from the White House the petition must receive 100,000 signatures by May 2. > Read more


 

The Man Who Brought Obamacare Back to the Supreme Court

 
 


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